Regular dental check-ups and hygiene appointments are the cornerstone of our preventative approach to dentistry. We encourage all patients to attend regular check-ups and hygiene visits to prevent more complicated dental problems arising.
For small to medium cavities, white composite fillings are the most common type of filling material in use today. White fillings offer a natural look, bond to the remaining tooth tissue very well and can be completed in a single visit.
For larger cavities, an inlay or onlay may be a better solution. An inlay is placed within a cavity inside a tooth. An onlay usually covers over the cusps of the tooth. Onlays are more suitable in cases where significant tooth loss has occurred because they are stronger and more durable than fillings.
For teeth too broken down or damaged for fillings, dental crowns are available. Dental crowns are often recommended for root treated teeth. Crowns helps protect the potentially brittle tooth from fracture or damage.
A range of dental crowns are available to patients at Pearl Dental Clinic, including all ceramic crowns, metal-ceramic crowns, all zirconium crowns, single visit CEREC crowns and gold crowns.
There are occasions when, due to pain, infection, or fracture, patients need to have a tooth removed. Our Specialist Oral Surgeon is on hand to provide immediate dental extractions. Our specialist oral surgeon is experienced in carrying out even complex extractions such as wisdom tooth extractions under local anaesthetic or Intra-Venous sedation.
Our late night emergency dental service means that we can provide fillings, root canal treatments, tooth extractions and other emergency treatment from 9am to 10pm, 365 days of the year. Whether you are a patient with us or not you can receive fast and effective treatment.
For patients suffering from failed or missing teeth, we provide dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants. Dentures are usually the quickest and cheapest option available for replacing missing teeth and dental implants are the most natural option.
Our specialist periodontist can diagnose gum disease and offer effective remedies to prevent further gum recession and bone loss. Patients may be totally unaware that they are suffering from gum disease. When gum disease progresses it will eventually lead to tooth loss. The sooner gum disease is diagnosed and treated the better the outcome will be.
At Pearl Dental Clinic, you can spread the cost of dental treatment interest-free with our 0% dental finance plans.